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Pizza Hut helps find kids

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Pizza Hut is teaming with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to test a public service program called "Bring 'em Home". The focal point of the campaign is an interactive kiosk, placed in high-traffic areas such as airports and malls, offering pictures of missing children and safety tips on how to prevent child abductions. The first kiosk will be located at the American Airlines concourse of the Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport. Pizza Hut will also put pictures of missing kids on box tops and in-store POP. The program will be introduced Wednesday in Dallas at Pizza Hut's annual meeting by John Walsh, host of "America's Most Wanted: Final Justice." If successful, Pizza Hut will roll the program out nationally.

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